Reviews of Hotel Paris Opéra Affiliated by Meliá

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Rafael Angulo

25/05/2024

5/5

Un hotel bello arquitectónicamente, del siglo XIX y ubicado en uno de los grandes Boulevards de la ciudad. El servicio excelente, sobre todo de Azory q en todo momento nos ayudó a resolver nuestros problemas, un gran persona, muy proactiva y de un excelente servicio


sarah whyld

25/05/2024

5/5

The welcome from ishita on your front desk was exceptional in every way . I have rarely experienced such hospitality upon check in Well done will be back


Baptiste van Outryve

25/05/2024

5/5

We zijn fan van Meliá en genoten ook hier weer van de service. 👱‍♂️ Het personeel is er ontzettend vriendelijk. 🏨 Mooie kamers op erg aantrekkelijke locatie. En ruime badkamer 🚈 De metro stopt voor de deur! 🥞 We genoten van het verzorgde ontbijt.


Esteban J. Romero Vera

25/05/2024

5/5

Habitaciones Premium amplias y confortables, wifi rapido y estable, baños limpios y amplios. Servicio de recepción amables,ayudando en todo momento, todos los trabajadores encantadores, destacar ALEJANDRO por su amabilidad/información/cercania desde que llegamos hasta que nos fuimos. Perfecta ubicación en el centro historico de París; con tiendas, restaurantes, transporte público. Genial si quieres disfrutar de la ciudad.


AprilsReality

25/05/2024

3/5

Overall, I had a decent 4-night stay at the Hotel Paris Opera Affiliated by Melia. It definitely served its purpose and I was comfortable enough. The location is perfect (with the Grands Boulevard Metro literally steps away) and the bed & breakfast package was a very nice option to have. However, would I stay here again on purpose? Probably not. The price I paid per night does not match the value & quality of this hotel at all. Small upgrades and a few minor modifications could make this hotel so much more comfortable & appealing to anyone traveling to Paris. Here are few things I noticed: 1. Hotel Paris Opera does not have a secure main entrance or secure access elevator (lift). Anyone can walk into the hotel from the street and access any room floor. 2. There are no secondary chain locks, latch locks or swing locks on the room doors. The door handle lock easily opens when the door handle is pressed and basically, anyone with a key card can access your room. As someone who travels often and is hyper-vigilant about safety in foreign countries, this made it especially hard to sleep each night. 3. There are also no peepholes on the room doors. 4. There is no self service ice machine. You have to request ice from the from desk, which can take anywhere from 2 minutes to 20 minutes to arrive to your room. Not a huge deal, but still an amenity some guests are accustomed to having when traveling. 5. Hotel Paris Opera does not provide face towels or floor towels for the shower. Again not a huge deal, but still an amenity some guests are accustomed to having when traveling. 6. There are no irons or steamers in rooms (or not in my room, at least). 7. While the room itself was quaint & cozy, it had a horrible view! While I didn’t expect a balcony, I did expect the street view that I booked (not a dark alley, facing other rooms). More transparency should be given to the room descriptions on the website. 8. There were only 3-4 English speaking channels and they were all news channels (no movies, entertainment or sports). English is a common language, (if not the native language) for most tourist demographics traveling to Paris, so this was baffling. I'd recommend at least one English speaking entertainment or sports channel and one English speaking movie channel. Otherwise, the television as an amenity is completely useless at the Hotel Paris Opera. 9. The housekeepers let the room doors slam while cleaning the rooms in the mornings, which is very disruptive to guests trying to rest. This noise could easily be prevented by requiring them to just prop the doors open, so that the housekeepers can enter & exit the room without allowing the doors to slam and disturb sleeping guests. On a more positive note, the location is great! It is very walkable (but again, the Grands Boulevard Metro is located in front of the hotel) and in the vicinity of lots of restaurants, grocery, shops, cafes, bars and late night food options. Also, I purchased the bed & breakfast package with my room, so it was very nice to have that available every morning. The food was pretty decent and had a good variety of unlimited eggs, potatoes, bacon, sausage, breads, pastries, meats, cheeses, fruit, yogurts, coffee and juice. Finally my bed seemed very comfortable (or maybe I was just tired at the end of each day) and the staff at the Hotel Paris Opera were very friendly!


Exceptional location

Close to Place de l’Opéra, Place Vendôme, the Louvre Museum and Montmartre

Well connected

Easy access to Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, and close to the main train stations

Great destination

Monuments, museums and much more, Paris is the most popular city in the world

Breakfast buffet

Parisian delicacies and Spanish influences to start the day in the best way

Superior rooms

Comfortable and spacious. More serenity and freedom with views of the city

Business in Paris

Meeting room with modern technology and equipment

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